We normally like growers to focus on their crop, its quality and yields, which is the essence of their business and what pays the bills at the end of every season...
New Managing Director in The Netherlands
As of 1st of April 2019, Wouter de Jong will take on his new role as our Managing Director.
Svensson receives HortiQ mark of quality
The HortiQ certificate demonstrates which companies are focused on top-class quality.
What is Next Generation Growing?
Next Generation Growing (NGG) is a new form of controlled environment production that was born in the Netherlands in the last decade. The main objective of NGG is to optimize...
Great success at the Next Generation Growing Seminar
In 2018, Horticonnect and United Farms established a research and development project in Mexico for high-tech greenhouse tomato cultivation, adapting the principles of Next Generation Growing.
Introducing open Deco Harmony versions for even better cooling of Garden Centers
Newer versions of the Deco Harmony product family has been released, applicable for regions with more warm climate and you need to maximize cooling and more ventilation.
Industry leader and director of Mexico's Ceickor University talks insect & climate control
Article about the leader and director of Ceickor University in Mexico, Félix Tarrats, shares his views about climate and insect control.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault: ‘Noah’s ark’
Seeds are every horticulturalists working capital. Out of a tiny seed can sprout such things as a head of lettuce, cucumber or other vegetables.
A new screen for garden centers combines the best of two worlds
Svensson’s climate screen and interior divisions recently combined their technical expertise in order to develop a screen that not only meets the requirements to guarantee a perfect climate, but also incorporates beautiful, colourful design aesthetics.
First edible rose originates in Denmark
Dane Rosa Eskelund is no stranger to the world of roses; in fact, she is the only female rose breeder on the planet.
'Squeezing the orange' a little more
When it comes to maximizing natural light, our “cheapest” resource, new technological developments in the past few years have allowed growers to maximize Mother Nature’s free gift: the sun.
Cultivating vegetables can be done (virtually) anywhere, even in the Arctic Circle
Technology enables us to cultivate vegetables virtually anywhere, even in Norway or Alaska during an ice-cold winter.